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De-Indianize Greed

Sean Chandler

About The De-Indianize Greed

A broken pipe stem, deer tracks, a dinosaur, a seated figure with ghoulish features all crowd this composition.

According to the artist, this painting is about the exploitation of American Indian spirituality and religion.

 

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A broken pipe stem, deer tracks, a dinosaur, a seated figure with ghoulish features all crowd this composition.

According to the artist, this painting is about the exploitation of American Indian spirituality and religion.

 

About the Artist

(Born 1972) Chandler has earned a Masters in Native American Studies and is in the process of completing his dissertation for his PhD while employed at Fort Belnap College in Harlem, Montana as Director of American Indian Studies.

Chandler's exhibitions have been staged from 1999 through 2010.  "One-fourth Indian" is a serigraph by Chandler included in the permanent collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, while "Painted Tipi" dated 1992 resides in the Museum of Natural History in Paris, France.  In 1998 this artist received the Bronze Pencil Award for Best Painter at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana.

Medium Oil on canvas
Canvas size 48" height X 36" width
Frame Painted wood molding
Frame size 49 3/4" height X 37 3/4" width
Signed "Sean F. Chandler © '97" at viewer's lower left, also on verso in graphite
Date of creation 1997
Condition Excellent